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lodging house

A building containing rooms used or rented for sleeping purposes by two or more paying guests; the minimum and maximum numbers of rooms may be specified by the applicable local code.
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As a result, the developer needed the zoning board to allow a lodging house use for the building, which is located in a BG-6 (business-general) zone, to accommodate the inclusion of four-bedroom units in the project.
Family homes often ended up as lodging houses and tenements.
A Highland Street home that had recently been eyed for conversion into a college dormitory is now being considered for conversion into a lodging house.
LOOKING at Carl Chinn's photograph of the Lodging House in DuDdeston Row reminded me of when I first started work in 1949.
Stephen Dixon writes: This rather solitary colour photo, top, of lodging house and beach chalet in Redcar was taken in September 1858.
Peter said of their meeting: "I taught him some Scouse phrases which he tried and which he was very good at - in fact, he was 'spot on.' "They included 'I'm 'aving a bevvie with a bizzie' and 'He's got a gob on 'im like a lodging house cat.' "He was genuinely interested in the accent, our world famous food dish and Scousers the people."
DEACONESS Ann Lyall and the team at the Lodging House Mission in Glasgow have obviously created a fantastic atmosphere, which encourages visitors to return again and again.
In the Blackpool lodging house farce, Having A Wonderful Time, the young Mr Baron was said to "suggest well the flashy young motor-cyclist".
An hour later, police arrested two men inside Violtan Lodging House along Bonifacio Street, Cotabato City, after they handed over a sachet of shabu to a police undercover agent.
Because such rental properties do not constitute a lodging house under state law, the landlords did not need a lodging house license from the city to operate them, the court said.